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    jws Guest

    Default 2009 Big Bear Sled

    I purchased a 2009 Big Bear. It has a Supertrapp system that looks like the Low Roller system. These are nice but way to quiet. I took the disks and end cap out and it made no difference. I read the stuff about adding and subtracting the disks to tune the system. I am looking for a quantum leap in loudness. How do I make these things annonying loud. Are the baffels removable or is there another tail section that can be put on. I would have preferred something like the Road Ledgend Phanton Pipes. Unfortunatly, I purchased the bike with the S&S X-Wedge engine and there appears to be little to no options for this new engine or so says S&S. Can I get some guidence and help?

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    There is a Performance core available; 100-7137, it is 195.00.

    It comes with everything so you can just slide out the existing core and slip this in.

    The stock core is made to meet the 80db drive by and EPA emissions requirements-so it is very restrictive and very quiet.

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    jws Guest

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    Thanks. I understand and appreciate the the EPA comment. If people in cars took note of us or heard 80 DB I would be OK.
    Can you take a quick look at the attached pictures. My only concern is that I might be misidentifing my exhaust system - the end of my pipes don't exactly look like your catalog. The tip on mine do not look like they have an interchangable tip.
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    Yours does not have the interchangeable end because it is made specifically for BBC. The core is the same though.

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    jws Guest

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    Thanks. I just ordered the baffel a couple of minutes ago. I assume for max effect (noise) all I do is put the end plate with the whole in it on. After that If I do not like it I can play around with the discs as discussed in the catalog.

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    You got it.

    Go ride it, have fun.

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    jws Guest

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    Thank you for all of the help today.

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    No problem

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    jws Guest

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    I have the performance core. It is wrapped in a cover. I originally thought it was a protective shipping bag until I pulled the core from the pipe on the bike

    Is this wrap to keep the pipe from discoloring from the heat from the core or is it part of the baffling of the sound?

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    That is the Packing Material.
    It helps absorb sound.

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